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The Life of a Five Gallon Water Bottle

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Single-use bottled water has gained a less than stellar reputation in recent years. For starters, it is wasteful. The bottles are piling up in landfills and contaminating our oceans. Also, those corporations calling the shots are drying up water aquifers right where they are needed most.

I am always amazed at the extreme answers to the single-use bottled water controversy. Bans and protesting are filled with unanswered questions and short-sighted rhetoric.

  • What if (as many in our city realize) I can’t drink from my tap?
  • Is one to be criticized for enjoying the taste of a refreshing alternative to soda?
  • Is one to be judged for their contaminated pipes, forcing them into the world of bottled water?

I am here to tell you there is a sustainable water bottle solution that will satisfy both sides: you can have your water and drink it too. Without bans. Without guilt. Without skewed facts. Meet our friend, the 5-gallon eco-friendly water bottle.

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Our Five Gallon Sustainable Water Bottle

The 5-gallon water bottle is the backbone of our company. Clevelander’s have been enjoying the pure water in this format since 1897. The best part is, you (the consumer) can enjoy a trustworthy and healthy source of hydration without any remorse. The life of a 5-gallon water bottle is long and arduous but, these tough guys stay the course providing you with pure, fresh water without fail time and time again. We’re proud to have a sustainable water bottle that considers the needs of the environment as much as the needs of our clients.

The Journey of Our Five Gallon Water Bottle

Our water bottles begin their lives in Pennsylvania, making their way to Cleveland via semi-truck landing at our dock doors ready for the start of their journey. Once they are inspected, sanitized, filled and sealed, they head right back out our doors, usually within 48 hours. From there, they are taken on a carefully planned local route within our delivery area and handed off to their new owner, or more appropriately, the borrower.

You see, 5-gallon bottles are not one and done, they are returnable. It’s one of the ways our eco-friendly water bottle makes the right impact on your thirst and the environment. Once Joe Water Drinker finishes every last drop, our bottle once again finds its way back to our shop via the same route. After a thorough inspection, testing and sanitization, it is filled, sealed and back out the doors. Our sustainable water bottles are re-used so you can enjoy your water cooler without any guilt or remorse.

This journey occurs dozens of times (as long as the bottle is well cared for at all destinations) until the eco-friendly water bottle finally reaches the point of retirement. At this time, the bottle is placed in our on-site plastic bailer where it is compressed and packaged for a local recycling company. I should mention the bottle caps and the cardboard that the bottles come in are bailed and recycled, as well. Resulting in zero waste! This is why all our customers can feel comfortable knowing our sustainable water bottles make a difference for their thirst and local environment.

The moral of the story is using 5-gallon bottled water is a sustainable method of bottled water delivery. Simply fill your eco-friendly water bottled from a water cooler for on the go hydration. I am certain that supplying this alternative rather than banning choices is a far more effective way to reduce our impact.

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One thought on “The Life of a Five Gallon Water Bottle

  1. I don’t know of someone answers questions that are sent, but this is something that I have wondered about for some time.
    Since air bubbles are sucked back into the 5 gallon jugs as people in offices use the water, is that air contaminated with cold and flu germs that sick people are emitting when coughing? The thought that this is possible, has prevented my use of the bottled water that is present in hospital waiting rooms and offices.
    Could this be contributing to the spread of the viruses out there?

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